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Cojuangco picks Macanlalay as Vice Guv’s Bet

M&M in P’sinan for 2016

ROSALES, Pangasinan – Gubernatorial wannabe Mark Cojuangco declared here recently Calasiao town Mayor Mark Roy Macanlalay as part of his vice gubernatorial tandem in the 2016 polls.

M&M FOR P'SINAN 2016: Former congressman Mark Cojuanco and Calasiao, Pangasinan Mayor Mark Macanlalay wait for their time to be called on the press conference called by all the mayors of the 6th congressional district of Pangasinan who declared their support to the duo's gubernatorial and vice gubernatorial bid.

M&M FOR P’SINAN 2016: Former congressman Mark Cojuanco
and Calasiao, Pangasinan Mayor Mark Macanlalay wait
for their time to be called on the press conference called by
all the mayors of the 6th congressional district of Pangasinan
who declared their support to the duo’s gubernatorial and
vice gubernatorial bid.


“It takes not only the governor a partner in public service. Mahalaga po na ang kasama ng governor na isang right hand man, isang kaya niyang pagkaka-tiwalaan. Ang isang kaya rin mag-capture ng imagination ng ating probinsiya in the future of the province. I find such person in the person of the mayor of Calasiao young man, an upcoming force in Pangasinan’s politics no other than Mayor Mark Roy Macanlalay,” Cojuangco stressed at the residence here of Abono Party-List Congressman Conrado Estrella III last August 8.
POLITICAL SUPPORTERS OF M&M: Aside from the 10 mayors of the 6th Congressional District of Pangasinan who came to the house of Abono Party-List Congressman Conrado Estrella III (Extreme Right), the District's Congresswoman Marlyn Premicias-Agabas (3rd from Right) and District's Board Member Ranjit Ramos Shahani  (2nd from Left) swore their support too.

POLITICAL SUPPORTERS OF M&M: Aside from the 10 mayors of the
6th Congressional District of Pangasinan who came to the house of
Abono Party-List Congressman Conrado Estrella III (Extreme Right), the
District’s Congresswoman Marlyn Premicias-Agabas (3rd from Right) and
District’s Board Member Ranjit Ramos Shahani (2nd from Left) swore their
support too.


He added he finds Macanlalay a young man and an upcoming force to reckon in Pangasinan’s politics.

Macanlalay, a former councilor and two- term mayor of the burgeoning town of Calasiao, said he was humbled by the trust and confidence reposed by Cojuangco – a former three term congressman in the 5th District of Pangasinan, to him.
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“Kumpiyansa, dedikasyon, at ganoon din nakikita niya rin sa akin na malaki ang maibibigay nating tulong sa kanilang pagsisilbihan bilang governor sa Pangasinan, malugod po nating tinatangap ang magandang pagkakata-on na ito upang suportahan natin sila sa legislature,” the still single and soft spoken mayor said.
He added that he would be informing immediately his barangay chairmen and political leaders after Cojuangco declared him here as a vice gubernatorial bet.

“Upang maipaliwanag naman po sa kanila ang kumpiyansa at dedikasyon sa atin (ni former congressman Cojuangco) at gusto rin natin makapag-paalam ng maayos. We will be making our (formal vice governorship’s bid) declaration for 2016 (anytime from now)”.
Before Cojuangco chose Macanlalay, the rumor mills had been chalking out information that the former would handpick as his vice gubernatorial bet either San Carlos City Mayor Julier Resuello, Provincial President of the League of Municipal Mayors and Dasol Mayor Noel Nacar, Urdaneta City Mayor Amadeo Gregorio Perez IV, 6th District Board Member Ranjit R. Shahani, or even former Pangasinan Governor Victor Agbayani.
But a source of this paper who was privy on the realignment said that the mayor and his father, Vice Mayor Roy Macanlalay, had been meeting for several times with Cojuangco before the final announcement here last August 8 of the young Macanlalay’s bid in 2016.

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